It’s officially Fall which means it’s time to get your orders in for our Yankee Candle Fundraiser.
Novice to Advanced Level Dancers – with teacher approval Dancers will spend this week spinning, jumping and twirling. Our main focus of this week will be light shoe technique and skills. Dancers will work on competitive dances as well as use basic steps to help reinforce turn out, posture and strength.
Congratulations to Cassie McKiernan the 2018 recipient of the Adelaide Gray Memorial Scholarship. Cassie recently graduated from Mercy High School in Middletown, CT and will attend Boston University. Cassie was awarded $1000. We wish Cassie the very best in her college future.
2018 Results for the Connecticut Irish Dance Championships Boys & Girls Preliminary Under 08 All Perpetual Trophy – Donated By: Kaela, Liam, and Gillian Milewski 1. Norah Gross – O’Rourke 2. Fallon O’Brien – Fitzpatrick Academy 3. Lillian Connolly – Smith-Houlihan 4. Bella Murray – Flynn Boys & Girls Preliminary Under 09 Perpetual Trophy –
Novice to Advance Level Dancers with teacher approval 9am – 2pm All dancers in this range of levels are encouraged to join us for a week of heavy dancing. Students who are new to heavy dancing will learn basic heavy dancing skills while having the privilege of experienced dancers as mentors around. Advanced level dancers
CLRG Grade Exams provide a structured framework within which Irish dancers can progress towards an achievable goal. The Grade Exams syllabus has been designed to provide a strong foundation in Irish Dance by developing a candidate’s physical skills, stamina, expression, musicality and an appreciation and knowledge of the traditional dances and culture. It provides a
All Level Dancers – with teacher approval. 9am – 2pm for grades 1-6 and 6pm – 9pm for grades 7-9 Dancers will master the dances needed to complete the specific grade level they are at. This week will end with graded exams being offered at the studio. If your dancer would like to participate in